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Xiaomi may bring "slofie" videos feature with Mi CC9 Pro smartphone

01 November 2019 0

Xiaomi may bring the new hot "slofie" videos feature to its MIUI devices to allow users to be more creative and make slow-motion videos using front camera. The evidence of the feature is spotted inside the MIUI Camera app by the XDA Developers website. The code suggests Xiaomi has already added a new slow-motion mode for the front camera that records videos at 1280x720 pixels at 120fps.

Xiaomi isn’t the only company bringing this feature to front cameras, Samsung is also bringing the same functionality via an update to its Galaxy S10. While the former may release it with a new phone, the latter is enabling with just an update.

It appears that the slofie does need to have some sort of minimum hardware requirement in place to ensure a smooth experience. It is, therefore, being assumed Xiaomi will bring the feature with the upcoming Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro smartphone. There are already so many rumors surrounding the CC9 Pro smartphone and most of them are about the cameras. The phone is rumored to come with 108MP primary camera followed by an optical zoom camera that can achieve up to 50x digital zoom. So, it is fair to assume that Xiaomi will incorporate something interesting on the front camera as well.

The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro is launching in China on November 5, so we are just a few days away from witnessing it. The phone will launch as Mi Note 10 on November 14 as a global model.

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Xiaomi may bring "slofie" videos feature with Mi CC9 Pro smartphone
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